Be sure to provide your videographer with a list of events that will occur in both the wedding and reception.  No surprises will insure all events get covered.


The first choice for good audio is a direct connection from the sound board via a line-out connection.  Most videographers can accommodate either RCA or XLR connections.


Give your wedding and reception sound provider a list of frequencies being used by your videographer.  We use Sennheiser wireless microphones at the following frequencies:

518.200 MHz

626.300 MHz

If these frequencies conflict with those being used by other equipment, it will result in lost audio for everyone.  Ours can be changed if necessary.

The master of ceremonies for the reception (usually the DJ) should provide the videographer a heads up for each event.  This will insure that every event gets covered by the videographer from beginning to end.


Most videographers will want to use auxiliary lighting if the dance floor becomes to dimly lit for good video.  This is usually the case when the only lighting comes from the DJ’s dance floor lighting.  This is just an FYI comment.


Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions you may have.


     David Walton

     586-337-0157 (cell)

Sterling Digital Graphics

Cape Coral,  Florida  33990 or

Sterling Heights,  Michigan  48313

586.337-0157  or

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