You are in luck. There is. The best one out there is AliceVision Meshroom. It's developed by a university iirc, but unfortunately it's bound to CUDA cores. This means you need an Nvidia graphics card. This has been common until now with most Photogrammetry software. There is movement towards making it work with AMD graphics cards as well. Some software does work without, but you won't get any acceleration and some parts of the process will take up to 20 times longer without.Regarding modelling software. Is there any good, preferably free, photogrammetry software that works well for 3D printing? I figure that would be handy for replicating something you already have/made previously and would like to remake or make modifications to.
There are other software packages out there and even phone apps, but the free stuff beyond meshroom is either restricted to a lower number of images or not so user friendly.
Good ones with a free tier include Zephyr
Free ones that are a bit of a chore = VisualSFM
Here is a nice video from Prusa on how to do it. Their channel is a treasure trove of information regardless of what printer you have btw.