All the photographs I've seen from the Apollo missions show lunar features in good detail and exposure. This of course means that the shutter is not open long enough for light from stars to develop on the film.
Hence every photograph has a characteristically inky and plain black backdrop. An example is this image:
However, for the astronauts actually on the Moon, all the stars and galaxies should have been perfectly visible. In fact, they should have been the most clearly visible stars seen by human eyes, since they were further out of Earth's atmosphere than ever before.
What did the sky look like from the Moon? Are there any images (real or digitally-altered) that can show us what it looked like?