Can we only see 1% of the light spectrum?

Infrared photography is akin to enlightenment; it unveils the unseen. Reveals a beauty beyond the visible spectrum of light. The human eye can perceive light wavelengths between 380 and 740 nanometers. However, there are numerous other types of electromagnetic radiation, such as ultraviolet, infrared, X-rays, and microwaves, which elude human vision. Thanks to a specialized sensor in the camera, one can capture the entire infrared spectrum, ranging from approximately 750 to 1000 nanometers in wavelength. This opens up a realm of different shadows, hues, and emotions. Colored infrared photography tends to be more dreamy and romantic, while black and white tends to be more dramatic.