# Is the current vs. frequency graph hyperbolic for the photoelectric effect?

Concerning the photoelectric effect: When the intensity and applied voltage are both constant, then the current is inversely proportional to frequency $f$ (above threshold frequency). If we increase $f$ then the current decreases and vice-versa, because the number of photons from a source is inversely proportional to the incident photon's frequency at constant Intensity. So the current vs. frequency graph will be hyperbolic. Am I right?