http://www.apolloarchive.com/apollo_gallery.html

Click on the Apollo 11 pg2 and there you will find the “Apollo 11 EVA – featuring film magazine “S” in its entirety, scanned from original film roll”. Now download the hires that has a view of the “sky” like AS11-40-5850 “Armstrong’s first photo after setting foot on the Moon”. Open it in Photoshop then do a levels or a curve adjustment blowing out the white. What this reveals is what looks like the “missing stars” that so many of the “we didn’t go to the moon” nay-sayers use as evidence that the whole thing was faked.

While I haven’t processed many pictures, the star patterns that I’ve seen look consistent. Using Starry Night “from the moon” would determine the stars visible drift as the moon is moving the whole time.