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How can I name an image so that a) it's still unique b) descriptive

That is pretty much what people - including me - do. Take a descriptive name but eventually there will be a conflict since many times people have photos of the subject in slightly different poses. ...
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Can I used business/shop photos on my personal blog

As @DominiqueH points out, even when you are not commercially benefitting from the images, there are copyright issues to consider when using images from other websites. If you really feel you need to ...
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When uploading a photo to a website, for custom gifts and the like, do they only access the uploaded photo?

Probably not. Generally, as you alluded, the computer's file explorer locates the files, you select one and then when you click "submit", or whatever the button is to trigger the upload, ...
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Can I used business/shop photos on my personal blog

Usually not. Each picture has copyrights and usages that are decided by the author. But you can find online many images that are legally free of right that you can reuse. On Google Image Search you ...
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How can I name an image so that a) it's still unique b) descriptive

You can follow Google Image Publishing Guideline First. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/114016?hl=en&vid=0-1401327443069-1512401881759 You can make them unique by using a dash (-) ...
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Google page speed says "Properly formatting and compressing images can save many bytes of data"

You can batch process images with an image optimizer. So if you keep the same images names and overwrite the old version of your images, then you wouldn't have to change anything in your code. For ...
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