Sometimes it's fun to try something silly and wrong even if you know it won't work.
Whether it is related to photography, acting, dancing, yoga, or even sometimes simple acts like talking, we are always taking risks as humans. And a healthy percentage of the time, we end up doing something wrong, or at least different than what we had originally planned. I mean, maybe you never do anything of fault, but I do so frequently. If this is the case, I congratulate you.
But perhaps trial and error is not all that bad.... Acts that propel change, whether the source of the variation be minute or massive, have significantly affected how I live day to day. There is a certain power in grounding into what I know to be familiar, and then from that stability taking risks to reach toward potential goals or options. When I take the time to breathe deeply as I experiment with a method or subject, I tend to learn something new in the process. I strive to become a more fearless artist and positive thinker every day, and simultaneously I've found that I have become a more confident, happy person in the process.