Avoid using flash, and put it in a well lighted area, or turn on all the lights in the room. Hard to keep from getting harsh reflection on clear plastic/glass, so you may have to move the camera around to find the best angle.
"Ain't but one thing I don't do about your country music, and that is care."
Hard to say if those are gas bubbles or some sort of pellicle forming. I'm inclined to believe that they're just aggregating gas bubbles.
I agree with charley, though. Secondary really only necessary if you're adding fruit or have a heavy trub layer or something.
Not that that helps you now...
Post again in a few days if it progresses or nothing changes.
The more I see of these infection pictures, the more I am convinced why it is better to not rack to secondary. I see so many infected batches after moving to secondary that I still don't know why it is done other than to add fruit. Of course this is just MHO.