We’ve got some great topics ready for you in this episode. Our first story comes from a Petapixel article covering a wonderful video by Jamie Windsor. In Jamie’s video, he ties an interesting study called the Dunning-Gruger effect to the mentality of when bad photographers think they’re good. What’s wonderful is the way that Jamie approaches the subject and it makes for a great conversation that everyone can relate to. Our next story is dedicated to those photographers looking to add a little extra passive income from their work. It’s not about getting rich but it may make buying that new lens or taking that trip a bit easier on the wallet. All that and a fresh portion of “What’s on Your Gear Shelf?” round out Episode 32. Enjoy!
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- When Bad Photographers Think They’re Good [via PetaPixel]
- Why I Use Getty Images To Sell My Photos [via PetaPixel]
What’s On Your Gear Shelf?
Sharky: Tenba Protective Wrap Tools [via Amazon]
Brian: Zeiss Lens Wipes [via Amazon]