It's a hard question to answer without seeing you play close up on both hands.
i recorded and uploaded a video that has a close up angle of my right hand while playing, i will upload a right hand angle if needed. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfWb9Mb0b4w
Much thanks for going through the effort. There is no need worry.
It took me two years to learn how tune with those tiny little blow pipes.
Give me some time please.
What you are doing is both good & bad.
Now I know that may not help but here are the reason's, for & against.For.
My 1st thought upon how you are playing.
You are in a perfect playing postion for some hybrid picking!!! You have naturally taken upon this pose. That's great if you intend & want to do that type of playing skill. There are various exercises that are around that can elaborate on that particular skill set.
I strugle with that type of playing big time. You look like you have an automatic natural pose!Against....but not really.
I think you may be at a changing stage. The change being that you will have control over what you want to do with your right hand while playing. This takes a little time & a bit of work.
So say you want to shred? Your pose could end up slowing you down a bit. So what is good for one playing style isn't that great for another. No biggy. It will come if you pursue the change.
Then you will have two options of playing choice!!
^Best pic I could find.
See how the hand is streamlined & kept in? What are the advantages?
Play around with the different postion for a couple of weeks & see how you go.