This photograph was taken in 1984 using Kodak Gold 100 film.
I scanned a print (developed in 1984) recently using an Epson V370 scanner (first image below)
I have also digitized the negative with an Olympus EM1 Mark iii camera (60mm macro lens, Kaiser Light panel) and converted with Negative Lab Pro (V 2.2 Kodak setting). - second image
The Olympus/NegLabs Pro image taken from the negative has much yellower grass than the Epson Scan of the print (where the grass is much greener. I have tried adjusting the colors after conversion (the RGB sliders in NLP) and can get the grass color the same, but not the skin color at the same time.
One thought. I believe that the cameras sensor has two green photosites for each red and blue one in order to correctly interpret colors in a positive image (or real life). Does this cause difficulty when recording a negative image?