Pictures, videos and other visual inputs can be very misleading. We sometimes think that pictures reveal their stories easily, which is not the case!
As an example take a little story of Harold C Urey.
Urey has been one of the most respected physical chemists in history. He has been known for his pioneering work related to isotopes, particularly heavy Hydrogen or Deuterium. He was awarded the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 1934.
After he had already won the Nobel and was considered a giant he set out on the discovery for an understanding of the origin of the moon. He had huge pictures of the moon and the lunar landscape in his office and would look at them day after day. It was only after a year that he started seeing new things in the same pictures, things and patterns that he never thought existed.
I am not a Nobel winner ;) , but i have had such experiences and i am sure most of us did too, with certain pictures that we had to look over long periods of time. The amount of information in a picture or a video is so massive that we can take a lot of time to find out the abstract hidden patterns that lie in it.
As a bonus to the above story, have a look at this rare film of Harold Urey. Here he talks about what he thought about a theory of the origin of the Moon (i.e that the Moon was formed by detachment of huge quantities of mass from the Earth and the pacific basin was a ‘scar’ of this change)