That’s not consciousness. That’s the brain at work. Our eyes are not cameras; the brain processes the inputs from the eyes. Some animals are good at seeing colour, some at detecting movement. Likewise with people; the brain processes perception input in the way best suited to that person.
One might talk of an artist’s eye, or a musician “playing by ear”. That doesn’t mean their eyes and ears are different, but their brains are.
Consciousness — at least in the sense I use the word — isn’t thinking or processing. It’s the sense of being an observer.
Again, a lot of philosophy is juggling words. That’s why having an understanding of Sanskrit is useful, or why it’s unhelpful to call Plato's Statesman dialogue by the name he used: Politician. If I use the word “soul”, that’s another instance of later meanings hijacking the word. Plotinus used the same word in his Three Primary Hypostases, but he didn’t mean it in a Christian sense.
You may be using “consciousness” in a wider sense than I am. Perhaps this Wikipedia article will help illustrate the various ways of looking at things. I’m not saying that I subscribe to any one view, just that there are many ways of fitting the various terms together, and there is no one agreement of what all the terms mean.