11-17-2015 06:42 PM - edited 11-17-2015 06:43 PM
There are some issues wih El Capitan and Lightroom, but they are not related to what you are doing. I am using LR 6.2 on my MacBook with El Capitan with no problems.
I also have no problems with my Wacom Intuos (not the Pro version).
Here we go:
1. connect your camera or insert SD card in card reader. If Photos opens (and you don't want it to) toggle the selector in upper left hand corner of header.
2. Quit Photos and eject device. Reconnect device; nothing should happen. Go to Apps and select Image Capture. Select the card, and at bottom of that column will be an arrow icon. Use that to select what you want to happen when that device is connected.
As I said earlier, to Apple a reformatted card is a new device. Not a major deal, but if you want to avaoid the hassle delete the files from the card rather than reformatting (until you need to).
11-18-2015 09:37 AM
Here's fix for your RAW in Photos issue.
That's pretty remarkable. Whoever made the decision to treat the JPEG as original must not have understood what a RAW file is.
11-18-2015 10:15 AM
11-18-2015 02:01 PM
I do have the Intuos Pro. Intuos 5 and Intuos Pro are supposely to be the same though. In other words the Intuos5 is now Intuos Pro. While both tablets work with El Capitan, problems occur when trying create certain custom tool functions on the radial menu (eg. if you want to make an opacity function that allows for custom opacity settings you there's no way to creatre a submenu or add the settings). Wacom simply has no tutorials showing how to deal with the interface changes. They instruct you based on older drivers.