Hey, I've got an issue with my Olympus TG-5 camera and MacOS Photos. I am shooting in RAW + JPEG, although - sadly - MacOS still doesn't have a RAW codec for the TG-5! So, I'd expect my pictures to appear in JPEG-only mode in Photos, until the RAW codec is released. But instead, they are invisible - I cannot see any of my imported photos! I've confirmed it's RAW that's causing them to disappear, by switching the camera into JPEG-only mode. Sure enough, the pictures shot purely in JPEG appear in MacOS Photos, exactly as they're meant to. Obviously I could stop shooting in RAW, but: I bought the TG-5 partly for RAW. I'd like my pictures - one day - available in RAW. I have several months of pictures shot in RAW + JPEG that I cannot access! My workflow is importing into MacOS Photos, then doing edits and uploads to Instagram from my iPhone, using Snapseed. Therefore, suggestions about using other programs wouldn't be helpful. I've got Adobe's DNG converter which allows me to take the RAW images imported manually and convert them, but it's total hassle. I'd be quite happy just using the JPEGs for my Instagram for the next few months, until the RAWs are available. Sadly Apple seems to be making me choose! Any tips? Presumably my photos exist, somewhere? Thanks!