Below are the results of one of my early attempts at lunar photography via a technique known as eyepiece projection. Similar to afocal imaging, eyepiece projection is aided by a small piece of hardware that couples the camera body to an eyepiece and holder which is attached to the telescope. Below the first 3 images are a couple of afocal images of the moon I took a number of years ago.
I’m not very satisfied with the quality of these images, but they do serve as a baseline against which to measure future efforts.
Equipment used included: Skywatcher HEQ5-Pro mount (first night out, so far I love it!), Antares 90mm (“non-vixen”) refractor (placeholder achro till I decide on my APO), Meade variable eyepiece projection unit, TeleVue 15 mm and Meade 26mm Plossl eyepieces and a Canon 350D/Rebel XT camera. The scope is 1000mm and f/11; I exposed at 1/15s using ISO 200. This was actually way underexposed; thank goodness I shoot RAW!