In part 1 I had taken the shots myself (using self timer), which was fine - because of the location and because there were less shots. But having someone to click the photos, is way much better. That is because you can get some help with composition and framing. A remote can also be used, but I'm not sure if you can wave your hands freely in that case and add realism to the photo. Moreover, in this case, a remote was not an option. With the help of a friend and half hour with Photoshop later, this photo is the result.