Keep in mind, I'm only talking about amateur work here. Obviously some of the pros might have to do reshoots if their bosses tell them to. Also, this topic won't mostly apply for people who primarily do one-time "event" sorts of things. Obviously if you fudge up a wedding, you can't just ask the couple to do the wedding again.
But otherwise, How often do you guys/gals do reshoots of the same thing? Like, most of my best pictures, I like them a lot for the most part. But there's almost always some little detail that I fudged up. Just some minor little thing that isn't a huge deal, because most other people won't ever notice it. Not picture killers, but just stuff that bugs the hell out of me and that can't be fixed in Photoshop.
At that point I usually go, "eh, it's cool, but it needs a reshoot". The thing is, those reshoots almost never happen. Out of all the cool pictures I make that I really WANT to love if only a reshoot were done, I only ever do a reshoot maybe 1% of the time. The rest of the time, I generally just shrug my shoulders, say "I'll get around to it later", and then I just completely totally end up moving onto the next thing. The reshoots just plain never happen.
I'm just wondering if that happens with anyone else here. How many of you get pictures that are ALMOST there, but not quite? Where all it needs is a quick reshoot where one little detail gets fixed? When that happens, how many of you ACTUALLY go out and reshoot, and how many of you just plan to do it eventually and never get around to it?