The Dunning-Kruger Peak of Photography

The Dunning-Kruger Peak of Photography:

Through their study, the scientists discovered that people who are unskilled at something — photography for example — are often unable to see how bad they are. Incompetent people will (1) fail to recognize that they are bad, (2) fail to recognize how good competent people are, and (3) fail to see the magnitude of their incompetence.

However, if given more training in what they’re bad at, those same people will recognize how incompetent they were (this is where people fall from the “Dunning-Kruger Peak”).

This is absolutely true for me and my photography skills and abilities. Luckily, I think I’m on the upward side of the “Jon Snow Trough”. 🙂

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