The Church at Auvers-sur-Oise,
which Vincent van Gogh painted
two months before his suicide.
Proto digital photo editing!
My first experience with digital imaging was Kodak Picture Disk:
check a box when you drop off the film and get your prints back with
a floppy disk of the images -- 600x400 and extreme JPEG compression.
And for editing, I had Adobe PhotoDeluxe 1.0, which came with an
Epson Stylus Color 500. This was one of my first efforts.
I'd photographed the church with a poster of van Gogh's
painting out front, and I tried to manipulate the image
to look like the painting. Doesn't look anything like
the van Gogh, but I liked the results anyway.