Perhaps it is the result of me using Nikon and Mamiya platforms for which there no useful T/S lenses, but I have been using DoF stacking recently, and one can usually get very good results in PS.
My view is that this technique probably open more doors since it can be used with any lens.
One recent sample. In this example, I overlayed 2 exposures, one perfectly focuses on the rocks in the foreground at f16, the second one focused on the rocks in the middle of the frame also at f16. I could have taken a 3rd one for the distant mountains, but I decided to leave them slightly blurred to give more depth.
Proceeding this way makes it possible to stay in the sharpest range of the lens (typically f16 for the Mamiya 35 mm).
The downsides are:
1. Since 2 or 3 exposures are taken, the conditions cannot be changing too fast,
2. Since the actual focal lenght of a a lens changes with the focal distance, the framing changes slightly. This can sometimes be a problem, sometimes not like in the present image where it is completely seemless.