I took a look at the videos for the DTL taping, but I'm not really sure what am I should do differently than above? The camera seems to be perpendicular to my target line.. Maybe you mean I should move it more to the left until the white stick is in the middle? Any help would be appreciated.. I know this will help in the analysis to have it correct.
The Down the Line view is a bit trickier to set up consistently. Again, the camera should be at roughly hip or belly button height. Rather than being square (perpendicular) to the target line, the camera should be aimed parallel to the target line, as illustrated by the three red lines above. The golfer should be in the left-center of the frame with a little room above his head and below his feet.
The absolute best position for the camera shooting Down the Line video is along the toe line - the left-most red line where the green is the brightest. A camera pointed parallel to the target line and halfway between the ball and the toes is acceptable but not ideal. Finally, a camera positioned directly behind the ball (the right-most red line) - regardless of how perfectly parallel it may be to the target line - is not very helpful at all as it will distort some things (such as the position of the club shaft at various stages of the swing).
You're much closer to the italic than the bold.