This requires that the image circle of the lens be larger than is required to cover the film without use of movements.If the lens can produce a circular image just large enough to cover the film, it can't cover the bottom of the film as it rises.In the 35 mm format, special shift lenses (sometimes called perspective control lenses) emulate the rise or fall of view cameras.
Rollfilm and instant film backs are available to use in place of a sheetfilm holder on a single-film camera.
Photographers use view cameras to control focus and convergence of parallel lines.
The view camera is a large format camera in which the lens forms an inverted image on a ground glass screen directly at the plane of the film.
The image viewed is exactly the same as the image on the film, which replaces the viewing screen during exposure.
Consequently, lens coverage must be larger to accommodate rises (and falls, and shifts).