Your first frame looks normal. Your second frame looks like a normal raw DSLR "scan". It's almost impossible to get the colour balance right off the bat with that method (B&W is a lot easier).

Also, these films were made for printing, not scanning. So you'll have to do some PP work to bring the saturation and colour balance up to look like a printed image.

If you intend to shoot and scan a lot of film, then you should get a scanner to save a lot of time and aggravation. That takes some practice too, but once you've got it, it's fast and easy.