Our club photographers have selected 10 of their stand-out pictures from last season's Arsenal Magazine photoshoots.
Having published the first five earlier this week, you can now the rest of Stuart MacFarlane and David Price's selections and read the story behind each image.
Remember, you can check out all the photos and hundreds more on Arsenal's official Flickr account.
6. Wojciech Szczesny
Stuart says: "I wanted to frame Wojciech's face using his gloves. I used my 16mm lens to give the impression that his gloves are huge. It's a simple technique but it works well."
7. Lukas Podolski
Stuart says: "I had heard that Lukas was in the stadium doing an interview so I arranged to meet him for a few pictures afterwards. Lukas is always very happy to have his picture taken and I wanted to find an area that would connect him with the fans that he gets on so well with. This wall was perfect, although the railings of the stairs made it a bit tricky to get the angle I needed."
8. Carl Jenkinson
David says: "I was trying to think of a new idea to use with Carl and I came up with this. This image is shot using a star filter that makes the beams of light stretch from the main source. It is an unusual portrait shot, but I think it works quite well."
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24 Jun 2014
9. Per Mertesacker
Stuart says: "As everyone knows, Per is quite tall! I wanted to take an image that exaggerated his height and I came up with this idea. Per is actually standing on my camera box while I was lying on the floor beneath him. I shot it on a wide lens (16mm) to make Per look even taller."
10. Hector Bellerin
David says: "When I was told the magazine were interviewing Hector I thought, 'How can I link in his loan with Watford?' I came up with the idea of using two of his match shirts. This shot was taken in the youth changing room at the training ground. I lit the shirts with a powerful beam on the back and used a softer light to shine on Hector. We also popped next door and took some pictures of him at Watford's training ground."