Singaporean food photographer helps restaurants survive coronavirus lockdown by snapping fish soup and curry puffs

When the coronavirus pandemic forced Singapore into partial lockdown in April, Jeryl Tan watched his lifestyle photography business go downhill, his invoices declining 70 per cent. Instead, he has been offering free photography and styling services to help struggling eateries survive by tapping into the growing online market.“Photography in Singapore is expensive and … most businesses would have spent most of their initial capital and costs on rental, manpower and food,” the 28-year-old says. …