It's hard not to feel like a big dork when modeling a pair of gloves, no matter how much you love them (& your cool new ring) & how charming your six year old photographer is.
On the other side of the lens, focusing a camera you can barely hold up turns out to have its own set of challenges.
They are, perhaps, better suited to still-life photography.
Now is the season of my freezing fingers, & I have picked up another new pair of fingerless gloves since last I talked lovingly about them, but shortly afterwards I realized that though I think (in a purchase-justifying kind of way) I want to wear them while working, I sort of can't because they're too nice. So then I thought, well, what about that drawerful of felted sweaters that you keep collecting but not doing anything with? Two seams each once I got the pattern figured out, & the felted wool is the perfect combo of warm & slightly stretchy.
Of course, now I love these too much to work in them. Oh, cozy, cozy, dilemma.