yea, camera work is awful
next time make sure the ball is in the frame.
first some general advice you might find helpful:
-the most critical thing that has helped my improvement has been this chart
and this thread
. keep the chart handy or memorize it...knowing why the ball flies the way it does allows you to correct yourself out on the course or on the range, instead of relying completely on outside feedback. for the longest time i thought that the cure for a push and a slice was the same thing. if you don't know how the swing works, the things you try to do to fix yourself might make it worse.
-if you really want to invest money in improving, the first thing you should buy is a high speed camera. i wish i had done it sooner. new clubs can wait. i can recommend a specific camera for you when you are ready to buy it. one of the most helpful things has been comparing my swing in slow motion side by side with PGA tour swings. really helps to recognize your flaws.
-when you want to change something, over-exaggerate in the opposite direction. if you're on the range hitting a slice over and over, don't try to hit it straight, try to hit a snap-hook. once you achieve that, it will be easier to feel the middle where you should be.
-when you're on the range, only work on ONE THING at a time. it's so much easier to change flaws this way. right now i see multiple problems that you will need to fix. but if you try to think about them all at once, you won't make much progress.
three homework assignments for next time at the range:
work on your posture. it's not bad but you're hunched over on the iron shots. chest needs to be more up in the air, arms should hang down naturally. driver should have the most upright stance and as the clubs get shorter, bend over more at the hips. just watch a ton of youtube videos on posture and practice in front of your mirror or your camera and make it match what you're watching.
second assignment is wrist c0ck. i have the same wrist problem as you and i've been fighting it for months now. the correct motion is counter-intuitive. as your arms and chest move the backswing, the wrists should c0ck straight up. it will feel strange. it will feel like your club is way too far outside plane. but it won't be.
you're doing the same thing i do, flipping the wrists back. it's what "feels right" but what feels good is not always identical to what you should be doing.
third homework assignment is to stop using your arms so much. i have this problem too and it's related to the wrist **** problem. watching a good player swing, it looks like they are just swinging their arms back and through. but the power should come from the body...feet, legs, midsection. once again, it will feel weird. during the swing, pretend you are using your body to slap at the ball with your arms, as if your arms were wet noodles attached to your wrists. make the arms weightless, no tension at all. your arms will do what they need to do on their own, you don't need to use them.
more evidence that you're using too much arms is your backswing is HUGE! it looks like mine used to look....way too friggin' big. next time you go to the range, figure out which club you hit 120 yards. hit a few shots, and then try to hit that same club 120 yards while swinging at 50% power. you will be pleasantly surprised to find that you can easily do it. it will feel like a chip shot, just always remember, when you're making changes it won't feel right.