Yeah, I don’t put green onto my plate on carnivore I just don’t need it. I only put food there. Yes, it’s usually brown and egg. But as for my photos, they aren’t even pretty at all most of the time. I just show what I eat. Or rather, what I plan to eat. I still can’t make a tray and a photo and actually consume what is on it… I skip this, I add 5 other things…
I had a time when I put together my actual meal again the next day and shot that. But it’s tiresome especially when I very much don’t want to eat that again (and I need to have that stuff to begin with).
I go for SIMPLE now (keep forgetting or keep getting desires not to do it), that will help.
Very rarely I do include colors using plants. My SO can eat those. And often me too, if it’s, like, half a tiny red raddish or 1g onion leaf (my spring onions in pots often have super thin leaves)… But those doesn’t help so much with looks.
And parsley is for soups in my childhood (my SO keep forgetting adding it to soups, he probably doesn’t even understand why would he need it. as for me, I typically make my soups using water, meaty bones and salt), I don’t put it on a plate…
I can bring sorrel leaves though They are still small but growing!
And we go to collect wild garlic soon as well.
And I agree. While carnivore food photos often look very tempting and perfect for me (I LOVE reddish browns and yellow colors in general, not just when it’s food. actually, food is where I accept anything, even the pink hues I dislike. they suit food), pretty dishes with lots of colorful plants are on another level aesthetically. I wouldn’t necessarily want to eat them but they are pretty and exciting to look it. I mean, more stimulating than the zillionth steak or chicken wing. Not like I EVER get bored of the latters.