I've done a fair amount of model stuff when I was building my portfolio.
It helps you get used to working "cold" with a variety of people/subjects.
Take a look at the People section of my website http://www.brucemuir.com
and I have a ton on flickr here
It really depends on how experienced the model is and if you "connect".
If I got 2 or 3 shots per look/wardrobe MU change, that I really liked and felt were portfolio worthy I was pleased.
I did a lot on location and would pick the model and communicate what I was going for.
I always welcomed input from the model also.
I should add that these early shoots were for learning and nothing solid like shooting spec work for magazine submissions.
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