Would recommend you flare out both feet a little more and turn the knees out to help with the pivot. Your knees are rotated inward, left knee collapses inward and limits the amount you can turn on the backswing. Also makes it harder to get the weight forward at impact. Right pic: knees are neutral here, might feel "bowed out". Both feet are turned out about 20*. Allows you to utilize the proper linkage of the knees to create a dynamic hip turn and transfer more weight forward on the downswing.
Instead of the left knee kicking in so much it will feel like the knee flexes over the left ankle. Be able to "press" into the ground more.
I focused on the left knee tonight and oh boy did it feel awkward which obviously is expected since it's not what I normally do and boy did I feel like I wasn't hitting the ball well with a full swing - haha.
I didn't record it because it's night time and had no one to record me but hopefully the swing will feel better after doing it a few nights after work.