K Soze wrote in post #18966460
This shot needs some highlights. Maybe a little sauce over the food or dig out more of the red pepper, or whatever that is to give it more color.
Agree; putting on a sprinkle of the dressing would increase appeal. But you have the constraint of showing the food the way it's served. Plus, adding dressing would mislead/discourage customers who don't want dressing at all. Different lighting, then?
Cooking the meat medium rare, not uniformly brown, would add visual interest. Again, they may not do this. For all I know, the dish is assembled from vats of ready ingredients, like making burritos.
The tilt and the wide-angle setting gave the bowl a nonstandard apparent shape. This effect might make viewers a bit nervous even if they're unaware of it. The great big fork (because 22 mm) makes the dish seem small by comparison.