# If Planck’s constant were larger would photons of light of the same frequency be more energetic or less energetic?

If Planck’s constant were larger would photons of light that have the same frequency be more energetic or less energetic?

The energy of a wave is described by $E=hf$. If frequency is held constant and $h$ is increased, then $E$ must also increase. So it would be more energetic.
• @Inperitus Normally yes, since $h$ is a constant, but in this context I held $f$ constant instead and increased $h$ because that's what the question was asking about. – Blavius Mar 14 '17 at 0:12