This book is full of "out-takes" from the lunar photography missions.
http://www.amazon.com/Full-Moon-Andr.../dp/0375406344
A real treat... I do wonder how long the family photo-Polaroid lasted on the lunar surface.
No they didn't take a Polaroid Camera, but on the the astronauts took a polaroid photo of his wife and kids along and left it on the lunar surface. NASA allowed him or he took the liberty of snapping a photo of the polaroid in the lunar dust with the Hasselbald. It's a neat photo and a neat tribute to his family that must have been terrified the whole time he was on the mission.