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I think it would have been a really good clue had you gone with "sidekick" rather than "robin" - that's one layer of indirection too many, i.e. the literal should have one degree of separation from the answer.
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* I can NOT take the photos out of the albums ("scan them stackwise" is not an option)
* I bought a camera tripod and thought about camera-copying them
Can you recommend me a good app that is capable of correcting those photos? I will use my Galaxy S10e, and the camera is more than good enough, but I heard of apps the can "document copy" things, so they correct rotation and bending. When you make a photo of a sheet of paper, it looks like a scanned document and not like a photo of a document.
I tried to search a bit but couldn't find "the one".
It's a summer project for me, I have to digitalize about 2000 photos, my daughter will help me, and I have no fear to do some manual correcting or resizing on 2k files. I have time over the entire August (YES I have a loooooooong vacation this year! You are allowed to be envious )
Use a scanner?
Apps that I have used for these purposes do turn the photo into a scanned copy (e.g. CamScanner), and the free version adds a watermark on the pictures.
To have a good quality scan you'll also need the help of photoshop.