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Nov 14, 2017

They are common.


I and me are pronouns, not nouns. They replace proper nouns like names for people.
I is the nominative first-person pronoun, and me is the objective first-person pronoun. This basically means that "I" is useful as the subject of a sentence: "I took a picture."
...while "me" is useful as the object: "Atiya took a picture of me."

If you're asking so you know about capitalization:
I must always be capitalized, but me only needs to be capitalized if it is the first word in a sentence.