Perceived photography skills vs actual skills

Been reading Arstechnica article regarding iPhone 6 vs a DSLR on image. (Article Link below)

However prior to comparing the two types of camera. The article goes on skill level. I feel like I hit that low point (perceived skill level) in the attached chart. I can certainly relate to the following excerpt:

" The point labeled "Dunning-Kruger peak" is that surge of self-confidence one gets when one acquires some small amount of skill in a thing and, emboldened by that skill, decides that they are awesome at that thing. However, repeated use of the skill typically disabuses one of that illusion…"