One of the largest influences photography has had on painting, and illustration is the use of perspective distortion as seen in short and long focal length lenses. I do see some cross pollination in lighting, but not that much. Painters, as seen in the OP, can create or enhance to the point of impossibility and photographers are bound to reality. There is certainly differing mindsets. The painter or even artist photographer will approach the meduim and its tools differently than the craftsman photographer. On the extreme is Super Realists and 20th Century Realism which isn't cross pollenated but photography dependent.
I like the image in th OP, but I don't see it as haveing a really strong relationship with photography.