Yesterday I bought the new 2018 15" MacBook Pro (until then I was a Windows user for more than 20+ years) and installed all the software from Canon's EOS Solution Disk (downloaded from Canon's webpage). I am using a Canon 7D Mark II and a Canon 1D X.
On Windows 10 my workflow was that after shooting, I took the SD or CF card out of the camera and plugged it into my card reader, and that started Canon's ImageBrowser EX software, which then automatically started copying my images into the destination folder (with a subfolder that was automatically created based on the date, e.g. /user/Pictures/Canon/2018_09_22).
After that, I proceeded to do my editing. I did not need to plug any of my cameras into the laptop that I was using.
On my new MacBook, I can achieve this only if I plug the whole camera in using a USB cable and run the EOS Utility 3 software when I plug the camera in. Neither does EOS Utility start automatically, nor does it offer the option to download from SD/CF card directly — and apparently, ImageBrowser EX does not even exist for OS X.
So my question is: How do I achieve that my images are automatically downloaded into subfolders directly from my SD and CF cards when I plug them in the card reader? What software (preferably from Canon) should I use?
I also posted this question on photo stackexchange and the said I might get better results here...