Hi there! I usually really enjoy shooting in macro, even though I am mostly a beginner/hobby photographer. I'm essentially self taught, and as a hobby, I've been doing ok, but my boss would like me to take photos of our work in High-Def for our website. I work in golf course landscaping, and we mainly install annual flowers. Every time I attempt to photograph a flower bed, it just looks dull and not interesting. Currently, I shoot with a Canon SL1, I have the EFS 18-55mm as a walk-around lens, a 50mm for macro, and a 75-300mm for telephoto. My boss told me to go ahead and get the equipment I need to get high-res shots, so I looked into tripods, polarized lens covers, wide angle lenses, remote releases, lens hoods, and the like, but I just don't know what I need. I'd like to stay in a budget, but it's a much larger one than if I was purchasing equipment for myself. I live in Southwest florida, so intense sun is my nemesis (I think). Does anyone have any suggestions for equipment or literally anything that would be useful for me?