There is a common misconception that people with visual impairments have no sight at all, as if eyesight is simply on or off. But this isn't the case at all.
In fact, 93% of people who are registered as partially sighted or blind have some level of vision.
Sight loss is a broad, infinite spectrum. Every single visually impaired person sees the world in their own unique way, some better than others. So please don't assume that a visually impaired person cannot see at all, because 93% of the time you'll be wrong.
The RNIB are spreading awareness of this simple fact using their #HowISee campaign. They have been asking people to make short videos about how they see, and this is my contribution. Please do share it to help spread the message.
And if you're visually impaired too, you can also make a short blog post or video about how you see. Share it using the #HowISee hashtag and let the RNIB know on social media, so they can help to share it.