Let me look into it and I'll reply you when I have something!
Yes I can do that. There are a 'low_resolution' (306px), 'thumbnail' (150px), and 'standard_resolution' (640px) versions for images, and 'low_bandwidth' (480px), 'standard_resolution' (640px) and 'low_resolution' (480px) versions for videos. It would be a good idea to add an option for the caller to specify which resolution to fetch.
You can refer to d4nyll/instafetch#4
In your case, all images are returning at standard resolution (640px), which is why it's slow. Thank you for your suggestion!
Great! Thanks for the insight. I'll give the low res specifier a try.
Give me a few days to implement this, it's Chinese New Year over here! >_<
Or if you want, I would be totally OK! to accept a PR! :p
change that to thumbnail and you should be good to go
I'll make it easier to use in the long run, but I have other more urgent projects going on!
Have a good day!
Thanks for the suggestion, but in my callback, I have that line commented out as I am only using lines 67 and 68 to pull the image which is the "low resolution" versions. I suppose I can try thumbnail there and see if it goes faster.