from the link: http://www.wolfkettler.co.uk/models/tfcd/tfcd.html
It is not in your interest to receive a copy of every photograph taken. The photographer should take the time to edit the photos and only give you a selection of the best. You do not have the expertise to select the right images from a large collection.
Digital or print, a good photograph requires work after it has been taken - and I don't mean digital trickery on a mediocre picture. If you are presented with a CD immediately after the shoot, the photographer has not had the time to do any post-production work on the images (or could not be bothered or did not know how to).
No self-respecting photographer wants to release photos that are anything but perfect. From a large number of photographs taken during a shoot, only a few will meet the demanding criteria a photographer should impose on himself (or herself). Many photos from a shoot are just not good enough for a variety of reasons - technically, compositionally, pose-wise.
I know of people who think that just because a photograph is in focus and correctly exposed, it is a good photograph. Bless 'em.
If you are offered a copy of everything, you are working with a photographer who does not take (or does not know how to take) pride in his or her work. Not a good idea!
Were there any agreement in black and white? Contract, sms, email etc? If no, ask her to fly kite.
A camera cannot teach you how to see.
this might be useful to you. found this online while trying to understand what is TFCD.
my last test shoot 2-3 weeks ago, i shot the model from 1pm to 6pm.
i only gave her 5 pictures.
i think no model or agency ever remark i had to do otherwise. With the exception of 1 very inexperienced and cmi "model" who had to leave after 3 hr...