I've always liked the movie dead poets society for its meaning rather than the story itself. It popularised the phrase "Carpe Diem" in the United States meaning "Seize the day," Side note it's funny that Robin Williams character was the one that touted this mantra in Dead Poets Society when he had a few years earlier make a actual movie called "Seize the Day." Anyway, I really dig the idea of taking advantage of the moments and the feelings that happen within it and creating art out of that. I don't work off of static ideas thought of days before and stick to that script.. as one can obviously see from my work. I feel like if you have a temporary or long term enamorment with everyone involved the work is that much better.
You are your own fuse.
I don't talk much about tech but the Sony A7r II is the best camera since the Nikon D810 and before that the Nikon D700/Canon 5d II and before that the Original Canon 5d. All these cameras that changed how I approached photography. But I think the Sony is further ahead of its time than all these others.