My current favorite lunar imagery tool is Arizona State's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter site. (Sorry LMMP.) It has a section where you can search for imagery by filling out a form, which is great because little did I know most of the Moon has been imaged many times now by various instruments, and sorting through them on their map is difficult, no matter how great the interface is.
But alas, it is still pretty confusing to a lay person.
What do the different angles mean? I think what I want is photos with a high slew angle, looking more towards the horizon and less downwards, but I'm not sure. Wouldn't that be the same as incidence angle? I also don't understand sub-solar azimuth or latitude. Or orbit.
I have sorted out that observation type is 'narrow angle' for the ones that start with NA, but don't get the difference between CL and CR. WA is wide angle, and is color, monochrome, ultra-violet, and visible - but wouldn't visible be the same as monochrome?
If people haven't looked at this imagery, I wanted to include a little sample of how detailed it can be now. This is a small bit of the central peak of Tycho Crater: