I've never seen one of these ISS spacewalk fly-throughs. NASA TV always shows close-up views of their work, but this visualisation of the yesterday's spacewalk narrated by NASA Spacewalk Officer Jaclyn Kagey puts everything in perspective. It is a very hard, tedious, and dangerous "home improvement" work.
Just keep in mind that these guys are flying at more than 7500km/h, with nothing between their skins and space but a few layers of textile material. And this was only to "stow a failed pump module, replace a television camera and install a mobile transporter relay assembly."