My wife said I'm "weird" and will look "silly" if I do this. I wanted to get the opinion of people who actually know about photography. I'm the proud owner of a new Sirui monopod for my compact mirrorless camera. I don't like lugging around a camera bag, and for what I want to do I believe my 32mm f/1.8 lens will be fine for the day's worth of pictures I plan on taking. So I want to walk around with the camera mounted to the monopod, and maybe get a neoprene sleeve to wrap around the camera to protect it when not shooting. I don't even want to collapse the monopod, since I don't want to waste time setting up -- so basically a camera "walking stick" situation. Is that weird? Is there anything else I should do to pretend to be a real photographer? I was thinking of periodically holding up my fingers in a joined "L" shape and looking at them with one eye shut -- which I think either helps frame the shot or wards off evil spirits. Any help would be appreciated.