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14 Other Classic Photos by Ethan Miller, the Getty Photographer Who Immortalized Miguel

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14 Other Classic Photos by Ethan Miller, the Getty Photographer Who Immortalized Miguel

Instant classic.
The moment OJ Simpson realized that he used to be a universally loved athlete, movie star, and multi-millionaire.
Jennifer Garner tests out her Italian grandfather impression.
Yep, that's a Miller.
Martin Scorsese describes the siz of Leo's pet squirrel.
'Twilight''s Peter Facinelli finally answers the question, "What would Peter Facinelli look like with giant lollipops covering his eyes?"
Ethan Miller takes the definitive photo of actor T.J. Miller, who just found out they have the same last name.
Joe Biden during his legendary "Benefits of Washing Your Hands" speech.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. being terrifying.
The first in Miller's "flying pop star" series, Coldplay's Chris Martin.
Contrary to what your eyes tell you, this is not Michael Jackson. That's all Miller.
Fine, this is more Donald than Ethan but still.
He does insane 'lightning over Vegas' photos too!
Rod Stewart demonstrating the proper way to pull oneself off stage
What happens in Vegas, gets posted on Getty's website.
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When R&B suave-meister Miguel took the stage at last night’s Billboard Music Awards, he had no idea that the following day, thousands of very bored people would be photoshopping an image of him caught in a mid-air leap, onto everything from a scene in Breaking Bad to a good ol’ fashioned rodeo. But that’s what happens when said leap lands on someone’s face. Congratulations Miguel Jontel Pimentel, you’re now a meme.  It happens to all of us at one point or another. But who does Miguel owe his newfound internet fame to? The answer is Ethan Miller, a workhorse photographer for Getty Images, and who was front and center at the award show. But this wouldn’t be the first time Miller snapped his shot at exactly the right nanosecond. Above, we found 14 other examples of Miller’s uncanny knack at capturing what Cartier-Bresson dubbed, “The Decisive Moment.”