As I mentioned, I never use video or photos to look at my swing. I'm only concerned with ball flight. Some guys on Tour change their swings to get a specific shot shape I let the shot shape change my swing. If you watch me hit practice balls, you'll see me hitting nine different shots: low straight, low fade, low draw, mid-height straight, mid-height fade, mid-height draw, high straight, high fade and high draw.
I do this with each of my clubs. If I'm having problems with a specific ball flight, I'll stay there until I find a way to produce it consistently. And I'll do it without worrying about positions.
If I'm trying to hit a high draw, for example, and I'm hitting it low and straight, I'll just tell myself to release the club a little earlier. The secret to this game is to hit golf shots, not positions. Try practicing this way. You'll be surprised at how much your ball flight can teach you and, more important, how easy it is to teach yourself to make the adjustments you need to change direction and trajectory and add power.