Everyone has the ability to fully ultilise the holographic capabilities of the brain.. it should not be considered "autism" when one is able to do it beyond a "normal" level.
If anything, you should work with your gift, bring it out further. You mite even be able to apply it to other areas of your life. Being able to
visualize things is a very useful skill to have i assure you.
For me, i've always seen the words in my head. Im absolutely pathetic at writing, and my spelling is still pretty bad (i was considered dyslexic at
one point, but i got better). But im great at numbers, logic and puzzles.. anything which gets you visualizing.
I think the whole good at maths, bad at english thing is the result of poor teaching methods used in modern "education".. everyone is capable of
being great in both areas, but evidently one gets left behind when you start school.. you work on the one your best at first, and then you promote
that skill more (because as a kid, you do whats easiest).
I really do believe "photographic memory", also known as holographic recall, is a skill everyone has. It is something we all have, simply because of
the way we are built (the brain is a quantum holographic computer, essentially).
Its just that some people forget this skill during childhood.. im sure kids could do a whole load of other "paranormal" stuff too, but conditioning
teaches them certain things aren't possible, and therefore they don't believe they can do it anymore.