Turney produces his in a darkened room with a very simple setup. This includes a refractive object (a wine glass), a tripod-mounted DSLR, and an ordinary LED flashlight mounted on a lightstand. To focus his light source, he cuts a cardboard square a bit larger than the flashlight’s head, pokes a small hole using a pin, and tapes it over the light. It should be the smallest hole that will still pass adequate light; the smaller the hole, the sharper the pattern detail. He then aims the LED light at his subject. Holding gels between the glass and the camera adds colorful effects.