I can see some stars, sure. Love staring at the night sky, it's weirdly dizzying like it's gonna swallow me up. Even though there is some light pollution where I am in the suburbs, the longer I stare at it, the more stars pop out at me. Another thing with medium visibility is that it's probably ironically easier to spot constellations because they usually consist of the lower magnitude stars with higher visibility. When they're cluttered up with high magnitude stars in a full night sky, they're harder to find. I can pretty consistently find Orion, the Big Dipper, and Cassiopeia in the night sky (depending on time of night/season of course).
I wanna go out into the countryside or something someday and just look at the full sky though. I got a little bit of a taste of that from my uncle's vacation home back in Georgia, but it still had some light pollution. What'd really be cool is to see the Milky Way.
Only pic I have that's worth sharing is this bad phone pic I took of the Winter Triangle through the sidelight. I noticed this in the sky the past two years in a row when looking out at the sky, and it was so perfect, that I needed to look it up because it surely had to be documented. It is. It's an asterism containing stars from three constellations and is a near perfect equilateral triangle in the night sky.
If you like stargazing and use an iPhone, I really enjoy this app called Planets. Lots of fun stuff in there; it uses the phone's accelerometer to let you point your phone at the sky and it'll line up the star map to tell you what you're looking at.