Lots and lots of people (myself included) use "process" lenses for standard photography, including still-life. A good lens is a good lens. I would say almost "every" serious large-format photographer has used "Process" lenses at one time or another.

As they are found, they are often in barrel mount, which means using an external shutter, or having them custom "fit" into a standard leaf shutter. Myself, I use the Packard type behind-the-lensboard shutters with the Process lenses I have.